What I would like at a minimum is some trees, plus flowering shrubs, and interesting walkways – the kind of place for a family photo souvenir. Greenery will be attractive, plus it will function as a much needed buffer from the heat and noise of traffic. Is a visually attractive, park-like setting too much to hope for, too unbusiness- like? All I would like is to be able to share photos that show the place I live to be not only vibrant and historical, but pleasant and attractive as well.
Allow me one final suggestion, somewhat off the topic, but in keeping with valued added attractions for the Bi-centennial and beyond, why not delineate the 43rd parallel down Seneca Street to the Calvary Club? You don’t get it? Read my article “Riding the 43rd Parallel ,” published last May in the Eagle Bulletin.